Connected: An Autoblography about Love, Death and Technology

From science, to sonnets, to the flight of the honeybee, everything is interconnected, says Tiffany Shlain in her latest documentary Connected: An Autoblogography about Love, Death and Technology.

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Film Review: Charles Annenberg Weingarten – Traveling with Jihad

On a Friday evening in late October, Los Angeles residents had the opportunity to see the new film Traveling with Jihad and to meet the film’s producer and one of its subjects, Charles Annenberg Weingarten, founder and Director of Explore.org, a multi-media organization aimed at documenting the work of visionaries around the world.

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For The Love Of Movies: Mark Rosenthal’s Summer Of Love

Summer of Love During the Summer of Love in 1967, Mark Rosenthal was quietly staging his own one-man rebellion at Central High School in Philadelphia.

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Slim Hopes

There’s a French saying that goes: The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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The Prisoner, or How I Planned to Kill Tony Blair

film review- The Prisoner, or How I planned to kill Tony Blair

The Prisoner, Or How I Planned to Kill Tony Blair is a quiet film. By this I mean that there is no hyperbole, no drama, just one man’s story about how he was falsely arrested and imprisoned for nearly nine moths by the American forces in Iraq.

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Who Does She Think She Is?

Who Does She Think She Is?

But before you say, “ Oh, I’ve heard that one before”…. I ask you to keep on reading.

“It wasn’t until 1986, that HW Janson’s History of Art included 19 women artists, out of 2,300 illustrations..

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